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St. Regian (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 19??-????, January 01, 1974, Image 15

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Paul Sm ith’s Hotel, circa 1890. The original building was periodically enlarged until it became an enormous one. It did not have great beauty, but it held some unidentifiable charm for great numbers of people — a charm which, in the last analysis, traced back to the owner’s personality of loving life, finding action, generating energy, creating establishments, build­ ing power works for man. His mind saw far into the future, anticipating, planning, preparing for and making possible the developments of another day and generation. In his last days, his spirit was as dominant as ever. He continued to contemplate and advise. Paul Smith, in many ways, remained young as he grew older. His mind did not follow the decline of his physical condition as he reached old age; instead, the heart and mind remained eager for activity. No other name has been so closely connected with the Adirondack region as that of Paul Smith. No other man has done so much to make this grand region a pleasure park open to the public. In some countries this developer of natural resources would have been knighted. In America, he remained just Paul Smith. But that name presented so much of skillful promotion of resources that he stood out as a great figure and an integral part of the Adiron­ dack country. •m * . OrtcD T u rtle a la A n f latw C iruocame floral M R . BoiWrf Saimaa. Anchovie m o re, HoUanduaa f W a tv M »oi m u . j* . . - . Mnttrm, Caper sane*. KXTUHA • 1* J^rd im r r , IV iw M o it of W w ith M n t h i t m f . Sm all C o tt a /J. a la V a n illa toA*r. K b a o f W im Beef, Sn-ldir <rf Vetifckm, C u rrant JelTy, Stuffol Turkey. Ajyj4« u m VKOKTABLKa. H trw cl lim iatiirR, BoiUJ K \cm, Oi**« Com . I.im a Itrana. B o iW *n l f’i>t,tt- <* 5 (rlirrkm a . W h ite Chuuna, W o iewter U U u c t, UUv«a. OUMtM, J C ttrnut*. P icke t*! H u w » . r.\ v m r m u r . P1»» Pudding, Hard aivd Bcaady Sa«c«. M a t iu f u t Pita. Cake. V w m I 'r u a t Cai.e, 8a*o> HuHuita, W . d Cake. Purl W a it Jelly, Va»>tla k * Ci««ua. ic C h t r i t ,

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